Saturday, December 02, 2006

He Wears a Hat IN THE HOUSE?

Jessica, you have a problem.

11 comments:

Billiam said...

Have you never done that? C'mon, get comfy at home.

Dad29 said...

Never have, never will.

jp said...

Dear Dad;

Please send my Packer hat.
I need to wear it while watching Sunday’s game on TV.
Desperate situations require desperate acts.

Disgruntled Car Salesman said...

Is that last post supposed to be some type of impersonation? Nice try if it is, get the initials right.

And Billiam, no way no how. The second you walk in the door, if the hat isn't off, an open palm will be flying towards the back of your head. The impact typically knocks the hat clean off...

Phelony Jones said...

PJ you're lucky to have a Pa who isn't afraid to lay down the law, you all will be so much better for it....

Of course I don't know the rest of the story, but that much is true :)

I confess to wearing a knit hat in the house when I don't want to turn the heat way up. A flannel lined Columbia knit cap takes the thermostat comfortably down about two degrees.

Billiam said...

DCS, when visiting someone, it is proper and expected to un-cover. In my own place, I'll do what I will on my own. Does that clarify things?

Anonymous said...

If not in the privacy of his own home, where can Paul wear that despicable hat? Certainly not in public.

Dad29 said...

He can wear that hat while fishing or hunting.

Also while hitch-hiking if he's pretending to be homeless.

(If he wears that inside a house he SHOULD be homeless.)

jp said...

Half time:12-3-06

Dear Dad;

Please burn my Packer hat and you can eat my cheese hat.

Xo,
PJ

Grim said...

I think the bigger problem is that you've all mistaken a baseball cap -- fit only for boys and professional sportsmen -- for a HAT. Invest in a Stetson, gents. :)

Disgruntled Car Salesman said...

Billiam, let ME reclarify. I don't care what you wear in your house, nor was that what I was getting at. Simply put, I was indicating what is acceptable in Dad29's house. That's it. So wear your hat.

Oh, and yes, I take my hat off in other people's homes.